Protecting Dallas by Krista Wolf
Three ripped, gorgeous Navy SEALS. One sizzling night of ultimate, carnal pleasure. Who would've thought hitting rock-bottom could be so much fun?
With her parents both gone and her brother KIA, Dallas Winters leads a cold, lonely existence. That is, until a trio of elite SEALs rescue her from a crack team of unknown assailants, hellbent on capturing her for reasons even they don't yet understand.
Enter Maddox, the chiseled blond leader of the group, who explains that her brother tasked them with protecting Dallas shortly before his demise. Along with Austin, olive-skinned and beautiful, and Kane, the brooding giant, these three powerful soldiers have been guarding Dallas longer than she even knows... and will continue to do so, until every last one their enemies are vanquished.
Yet when a single night of weakness ignites a powder-keg of irrepressible attraction? Dallas finds herself adrift on a glorious sea of passion, sinew, and man-muscle. Jealousy is thrust aside as her three gorgeous roommates offer a sinfully unorthodox solution: sharing Dallas together, fully and completely, in every possible way.
Satisfying the needs of three strapping warriors is fun at first, as Dallas is put through the exhaustingly delicious paces of being a shared girlfriend. But the sinister forces aligning against them have other plans, and even Dallas herself harbors a hidden, yet undiscovered secret...
Can three brothers-in-arms love and protect one beautifully headstrong woman, while fighting off the same treacherous mercenaries responsible for their comrade's demise? Or will their budding four-way relationship - filled with sharing and love - be doomed to failure before it can even truly begin?
PROTECTING DALLAS is a sexy, stand-alone military reverse harem romance filled with laughter, drama, heart-pounding excitement, and enormous amounts of love. It also contains blistering hot love scenes so molten they're bound to melt your kindle! HEA guaranteed.
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